Dr. LIAO Lin-Ni

 

 After graduating from National Taiwan Normal University, Liao Lin-Ni continued contemporary music composition studies with Yoshihisa Taïra, Allain Gaussin, Franck Bedrossian, Philippe Leroux, Thierry Blondeau and Gilles Racot. She has been selected and received awards from the Composition Competition: Vittoria Caffa Righetti (2002, Italy), Valentino Bucchi (2003, Italy), Concours de composition pour ensemble de percussion (2007, France), ISCM Young Composers (8e Forum la jeune création musicale, 2009, France), IRCAM ManiFeste Festival-Academy (2012, 2013, France), Banc d'essai INA-GRM (2013, France), Destellos Competition of Electroacoustic Composition (2014).

Her works have been broadcasted on Radio France for France Musique’s different programs as the International Music Council of UNESCO, Electromania and Electrain de Nuit… Liao’s music have been programmed by the Taipei Music Forum Percussion Ensemble, Ensemble Cairn, Ensemble Proxima Centauri, Ensemble Multilatérale, Ensemble L’instant donné, L'arsenale Ensemble, Quatuor de Saxophone Osmose, Contemporary Chamber Orchestra Taipei and several percussionists of Ensemble Intercontemporain and Orchestre de l’Opéra de Paris at la Cité de la Musique, Pompidou Center, Musée du Quai Branly and Extension, Why Note festivals, Asian Composers League… After publishing more than ten articles and three books on La pensée musicale d’Edith Lejet (Musical Thinking of Edith Lejet, Ed. OMF, 2010), Fusion du temps : Passé-Présent, Extrême Orient - Extrême Occident (Co-Edit. Marc Battier, Ed. Delatour, 2014) and Héritages culturels et pensée moderne : Les compositeurs taiwanais de musique contemporaine formés à l’étranger (Ed. Delatour, 2014) concerning cultural and musical analysis.

Liao received her Ph.D in musicology from Université Paris-Sorbonne and she is currently associated researcher at the Institut de Recherche en Musicologie (Université Paris-Sorbonne, CNRS) and artistic director of the contemporary music concerts - TPMC (Tout Pour la Musique Contemporaine) in Paris.

https://paris-sorbonne.academia.edu/LiaoLinNi